NewYork–Presbyterian Healthcare System

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The NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System is a network of independent, cooperating, acute-care and community hospitals, continuum-of-care facilities, home-health agencies, ambulatory sites, and specialty institutes in the New York metropolitan area. As of 2014, the System was the largest receiver of Medicare payments in the United States.[1]

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, along with Weill Cornell Medical College and Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons run the system.

(In the name of the healthcare system, as with the hospital, there is no space in "NewYork".)

Each hospital in the system is an affiliate of either of the two medical colleges.[2]

To become a part of the system, institutions must meet standards of the organization and to remain in it, "each must continue to pursue a quality agenda, which includes review and evaluation of clinical, operational, and financial data," according to the Web site of the organization. Member institutions share their knowledge and expertise, including knowledge of best practices in various fields.[3]

List of hospitals in the system[edit]

These hospitals, in addition to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and its connected hospitals, are in the system:

New York City[edit]

New York State[edit]


Long-term care institutions in the system[edit]

  • Amsterdam Nursing Home
  • Fort Tryon Center For Rehabilitation And Nursing
  • Franklin Center For Rehabilitation And Nursing
  • Freidwald Center For Rehabilitation And Nursing
  • Manhattanville Health Care Center
  • Menorah Home and Hospital
  • New York United Hospital Medical Center Skilled Nursing Pavilion
  • St. Barnabas Nursing Home
  • St. Mary's Hospital for Children
  • Shore View Nursing Home
  • The Silvercrest Center For Nursing and Rehabilitation
  • Tandet Center for Continuing Care (part of Stamford Hospital)

Specialty institutes in the system[edit]


  1. ^ McManus, John (July 2014). "New medicare Data and Litigation Provide Fresh Reasons For Congress To Reform 340B". Life Science Leader (Paper). Jameson Publishing. 6 (7): 12 (Figure 2). New York-Presbyterian Hospital; 340B=Yes; # of Entity Subdivisions=96; Contract Pharmacies=0
  2. ^ [1] NewYork-Presbyterian Web site, Web page titled "NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System" accessed September 8, 2006
  3. ^ [2] Web site of the NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System, Web page titled "Member Institutions" accessed September 13, 2006

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